Tags: australia, Azores, Caribbean, Maldives, Mediterranean, Nepal, Prince William and Kate Middleton honeymoon, Prince William and Kate Middleton wedding, royal honeymoon, royal wedding, Scotland
Everyone is awaiting the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton this coming 29 April at the West Minster Abbey. The world has been a big rumor mill where the royal honeymoon will be. Will it be in Maldives? Australia? Or perhaps Nepal? The future king and queen received a ton of invitations from family friends and governments, and we shall await for the official announcement.
Is it the royal honeymoon destination that defines the couple or is it the other way around? For the mean time, let us look back at some of the best royal honeymoon destinations that we know of:
Prince Charles and Lady Diana spent their honeymoon by sailing in the Mediterranean. They were on honeymoon for a few months. They spent some time in Hampshire and then they were off to Gibraltar. They also spent some time at the Balmoral Estate of the Royal Family in Scotland.
Tags: Africa, Alaska, Arizona, Grand Canyon Heli-Flight, Himalayas by Balloon, Iditarod Flight, Kaikoura Whale Watch Flight, Nazca Lines, Nepal, New Zealand, Peru, Serengeti Balloon Safari, Tokyo, Zeppelin Ride
Many of us get tired of seeing things eye-level. Few of us, however, realize that there is an amazing view that awaits us: from on high. Just the feeling of going up makes you feel giddy already; upon seeing the view, you feel as if you are in a different plane altogether.
Things indeed look different seen from the top. For many, one of the best ways of seeing things is through an aerial tour. Best of all, there are no crowds in this kind of tour. Whether you are a fan of Mother Nature or you prefer a city’s nightlights, joining an aerial tour can turn out be a rewarding experience.
Just make sure that you prepare beforehand, as there are certain things worth considering when joining this kind of tour. Aside from choosing which kind of view you’d prefer, things like weather and seasons also come to the fore. Thankfully, many groups now offer this, as it has become more and more popular among tourists.
Tags: Chance in a Lifetime, Convair C 580, Flying Holiday, London, luxury traveler, Nepal, Oriental Bangkok, Qantas, Rangoon, Sydney, Taj Mahal, Unique Holidays
Have you ever thought about a flying holiday where you see the world on-board a private chartered aircraft? Can you imagine traveling from London to Sydney, stopping off along the way to visit some of the most spectacular attractions in the world?
Tags: adventure travel, Cappadocia, Nepal, Peru, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, travel to help, travel with charity, travel with good purpose, travel with purpose, Yosemite
If you have been feeling guilty about spending too much money on vacations but still couldn’t fathom a long break without the routine adrenaline rush, you might want to consider giving back. Aside from being trendy, charitable vacations can be your cheapest tickets to the world’s best destinations. Taking the less popular path can also be beneficial for you because these tours tend to be more real and more exciting. Don’t forget the free karma points you’ll get because you’ve chosen to give back.
I think everybody of you heard about Mount Everest(or Chomolungma). If you want to know more about it, please read this post.
Mount Everest is a legend. World’s highest mountain with its 8848 meters. Imagine only to run, or to walk, almost 9 km. It means already an effort, and not many people will do this.
Climbing these almost 9 km is much worse! You need equipment, you need oxygen, you need intermediate camps and logistics. But a wider philosophical question emerges: why some people climb mountains? Maybe they seek the Gods. The legends about the Gods on Mount Everest are an explanation for the fact that no local conquered this mountain! The New Zealand born Sir Edmund Hillary was the first to realize it, together with a frightened local sherpa Tensing Norge.
Reinhold Meissner conquered Mt Everest without oxygen mask.